EFCC Bursts Top Politicians


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has exposed some Nigerian top politicians ahead of the 2023 general election scheduled for Saturday February 25 and the states elections on March 11th respectively.

The EFCC Chairman, Abdulrasheed Bawa, said; “We have intel that a lot of people have bought some items that they want to use to buy votes in kind, not in cash. Some of these things are out there.”

“Politicians are also Nigerians. We too have a way of doing our own things. We have our own experiences in this as well.”

“Nigerians should cooperate with the anti-graft agency in its efforts in fight against vote-buying and related electoral offences.”

“Citizens should vote for people with integrity and ethical standard into elective positions.”

“Vote-buying is a serious issue that affects the future of Nigeria and its citizens and must be stopped by all means.”

“I think the hurdle is if Nigerians are not buying into what we are doing. I think that is the biggest hurdle.”

“Once we are united on that front because the office of the citizen of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is the most powerful office in this country.”

“We can all come together to ensure that the people we are voting into various elective positions are people with proven integrity and of higher ethical standard.”

“The only way you can determine that those have genuinely sold themselves in what they will do is when they get into office.”

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